Access Love Makes a Family’s historical records:
The Love Makes a Family archives are housed at Yale University, and will be available to the public by the spring of 2010 for research and education. You can visit this collection of historical information at Yale University Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library, 128 Wall Street, New Haven, CT 06520-8240 New Haven, CT or call (203) 432-1735.
Questions and Answers about Connecticut’s transition from civil unions to marriages on Oct. 10, 2010:
Learn more here
Are you a same-sex couple who wants to get married in Connecticut?
Download GLAD’s legal guide on How to Get Married in Connecticut
View a sample CT marriage license application and a CT marriage worksheet
Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD): 1-800-455-GLAD
Lambda Legal: 212-809-8585
CT Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF): 860-247-6090
GLAD is researching the ways in which same-sex married couples continue to be impacted by the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Click here to take GLAD’s survey
Are you a member of the clergy who wants to be involved in the campaign for LGBT civil rights in Connecticut?
Contact Rev. Joshua Mason Pawelek at firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like a trained speaker to come to your class, faith community, or civic group to talk about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues? Contact Stonewall Speakers at 860-523-9799 or visit www.stonewallspeakers.org
Support other LGBT organizations:
Each of the organizations below has its own unique mission and activities. Many would welcome your volunteer and financial support. Others will alert you when action needs to be taken on a legislative issue. All of them will provide you with important information to keep you abreast of LGBT issues affecting Connecticut citizens: